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What makes the license valid, given that you must have reliablity in order to have validity?
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What makes the driver license valid, given that you must have reliablity in order to have validity?
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do you think research will fall more on the pharmaceutical companies and the government will put it on the back burner?
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How does the leadership and philosophy of the organization drive this implementation?
Weegy: An effective leadership philosophy is different than your personal purpose, values, and valued behaviors. [ While your leadership philosophy will be built upon the foundation your clear personal purpose and values statement creates, it is specific to your leadership efforts (in the workplace, in a community organization, wherever you are taking a leadership role). Let’s define an effective leadership philosophy as a values-aligned statement that helps you inspire consistent high performance and positive relationships with all of your team members, every day. Consider these questions as you craft your personal leadership philosophy: Key Elements (Present Day) What are your reasons for being a leader? Why are you serving in an influencing role today? What results are your leadership efforts generating today? There might be positive and negative results – note them both. Who am I serving today? Note the roles or (even better) the specific players you are leading. What is the impact today of your leadership efforts on the relationships with those noted in the item above? Note positive and negative impact. Desirable Outcomes (Future) How might your personal purpose and values inform your effective leadership behaviors? For example, if a value you hold is “honesty,” how might that be demonstrated when you are influencing well? How might you behave to leverage current team member skills & competencies to deliver on promised performance? How might you behave to inspire future skill development in team members to deliver on needed performance? How will you gauge the quality of your relationships with team members? What indicators will help you understand that mutual trust and respect is present? Once you’ve gathered answers to the questions above, create a succinct, actionable leadership philosophy statement that 1) you’ll share with your team members and 2) you’ll work hard to live that philosophy in day-to-day influencing efforts. Share your thoughts and even ... (More)
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